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Transition Culver City to Join People’s Climate March

Transition Culver City to Join People’s Climate March

Now is the time to speak out and demand action action on climate change. Join Transition Culver City at the People's Climate March LA. We don't have to travel to NYC to make our voices heard - strive for carbon neutrality by joining dozens of community groups who will be marching along Wilshire Blvd. Saturday September 20, 2014. The People's Climate March (PCM) is an upcoming large-scale event [...]

Walk With A Doc – Sept. 20

Walk With A Doc – Sept. 20

Culver City Walk With a Doc, Saturday, September 20 at Veterans Park, 4417 Overland Avenue near the tennis courts. In this month's topic "Sleep, the Final Frontier" Culver City Pediatrician Dr Jeffrey Penso will discuss too much/too little sleep and how to succeed without the use of dangerous drugs. He and Brandon will then lead the group on a neighborhood walk. Warm-up and stretching with [...]

Arcana Books to Host “Vacancy”

Arcana Books to Host “Vacancy”

Hot enough for you? If Death Valley has come up in your conversation anytime in the last few days, you should check out the real deal - you don't have to drive there, just get to Arcana Books this Friday Sept. 19 from 7 to 9 pm.  The photographs in Pamela Littky‘s new book, Vacancy, chronicle life in two desert towns that both claim the mantle of “Gateway to Death Valley”: Baker, [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Greetings everyone, I am back from the Feline Journalist Convention. It was awesome, kind of like a TED event, but with cats. Dan Savage was there! I even met up with Grumpy Cat to ask her what the hell her problem was back in July. I was supposed to have lunch with her at the Licensing Expo in Vegas and she pulled a Diva move and blew me off. Apparently she actually had a good reason; she [...]

CCEF Gets Funding for Sports, Health and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra

CCEF Gets Funding for Sports, Health and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra

CCEF has obtained a renewal grant from Global Sports Development for $8,980. This grant will enable Culver City High School to continue its Athletic Academic Support Program during this school year. Through the grant from Global Sports Development, students also participate in the Culture, Education , Sports and Ethics Program (CESEP), creating artworks on the topics of sportsmanship, fair [...]

“Orphans” @ Kentwood – Opens Sept. 12

“Orphans” @ Kentwood – Opens Sept. 12

Kentwood Players presents “ORPHANS” by Lyle Kessler, directed by Kathy Dershimer and produced by Susan Goldman Weisbarth, opening Friday, September 12 through Saturday, October 18, 2014 for a six-week run on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm with Sunday matinees at 2pm “ORPHANS” centers on two abandoned grown-up boys who live in a dilapidated North Philly row house. Treat, the older, and a [...]

Coastal Clean Up Day – Save the Date! (Save the Creek!)

Coastal Clean Up Day – Save the Date! (Save the Creek!)

Coastal Cleanup Day (CCD) is an international event with over 60 countries around the world participating, making it one of the largest volunteer efforts on the planet! Each year, Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations and local community support participate in the Annual Coastal Cleanup Day (CCD) on the Ballona Creek bike path. Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 9:00 [...]

Yo Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Hujambo! My name is Abeni. I am writing to you from West Africa. Jethro asked me to write his column while he is out of country on a mission for the Esteemed Order of Feline Journalists. While I do not possess Jethro’s American wit, I do have far deeper knowledge than the diminutive house cat. Dear Jethro, (In this case, meaning I, Abeni) I work at an advertising agency. We recently [...]

Mayme Clayton Presents Bob Barry Film Screening and Photography Exhibit

Mayme Clayton Presents Bob Barry Film Screening and Photography Exhibit

MCLM is please to host the opening reception for Bob Barry "Performance Portraits" exhibit @ Mayme Clayton Library & Museum at 4130 Overland Ave. in Culver City on Saturday, Sept 13 from 2:30 to 7 pm . In addition, there will be a screening of Dailey Pike's documentary "Bob Barry- Jazzography in Black and White" at 1:30 pm in the Courthouse Theater, followed by a Q & A with Pike and [...]

Prohibition Ball Marks 90 Years for Culver Hotel

Prohibition Ball Marks 90 Years for Culver Hotel

The Culver Hotel wasn't just the place to be in Culver City on September 6, it was the place to be for all of Los Angeles. The first clue came when we were riding the elevator up from the garage at City Hall. Our 1920's clothing gave us away to the other passengers, who remarked, "Oh, wow, we know where you're going!" Arriving at the red carpet, we were surprised by the Lollipop League, and [...]

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